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News of Business and Agriculture in Beaverhead County... Dillon Tribune - Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1993 - Page A-9 j United Way begins annual campaign effort in Dillon... Frank Allen, manager o f the Dillon Federal Credit Union, presents a check to United Way o f Beaverhead County Executive Director Susie Bramlette as one o f the first donations the group has received during the fund* raising campaign. The United Way has set a goal o f $101,000 for the area, and w ill begin its form al cam paign soon, according to cam* paign m anager Chuck Cook and United W ay president Bob Boyce. COME HELP CELEBRATE The P o w e r Ui- •.*: ‘tt'i I ; i i U i i i i u i i i i k i i i f Intern.ilioii.tl i risiiti iimn | ),i\ fi i M i l h i I r OPEN HOUSE October 21,1993 . Refreshments DILLON FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 222 S. Pacific • Dillon, MT 59725 • 683-4373 _________ W e s t e r n M o n t a n a R o d e o C l u b A l l C l a s s H o r s e S a l e INCLUDING TOP OF THE LINE RANCH AND RODEO HORSES Sat., October 30 • 1 PM Beaverhead Livestock Auction Call 682-2002 for Consignment and Additional Information Performance Horses may be shown at JB Anderson Arena 9 AM -12 Noon All Commissions generously donated by Beaverhead Livestock Association to fund WMC Rodeo fund for scholarships to further the students’ education M a jor Feature: 30 head of quarter horses from Delbert Carter Ranch in Hamilton, Montana. Including: sucking colts, yearlings, 2 yr. olds and brood mares - Doc Bar, Burgundy Jacket, and Frontier Jet breeding Kipp receives service award Karen Kipp, teller Supervisor for Nprwest Bank in Dillon, was recently honored at a recogni­ tion event for outstanding ser­ vice performance. Kipp was honored with a Service Excel­ lence award. According to Fred Stradinger, Manager of Norwest Bank in Dillon, the Service Excellence Program was created to honor employees for their performance and customer service. Tellers and others in non-sales posi­ tions are eligible for the awards, with nominations coming from their peers. At year-end, win­ ners from throughout the cor­ poration will be randomly se­ lected from the year's regional winners for recognition on a company-wide basis. Norwest Bank Dillon, N.A. is a subsidiary of Norwest Corpo­ ration. Dillon man gets optometry degree Kyle Kenison, son of Shelly Allen of Dillon, graduated in May from Pacific University College of Optometry , Forest Grove, Oregon. Kenison received the 1991 Peg Gilbert Award for excel­ lence in basic visual science. He was a member of Beta Sigma Kappa International Optométrie Honor Society and the Alpha Epsilon Delta Inter­ national Pre-Medical Honor Society. Kenison was selected for Who’s Who among students in American universities and colleges. Dr. Kenison and his wife Stefani, daughter of Carrie and David Olson of Lima, will reside in Butte where Kyle will be employed with American Eye Care. Fulbright Scholar... Seiko Furuhashi arrived in Dillon last week to start her tour as scholar in residence at Western Montana College. She is Western's first Fulbright Scholar to study and work at the school. Western gets Fulbright scholar When Seiko Furuhashi came to Dillon for the first time last week, her first view of the city was the inside o f the emergency room at Barrett Memorial Hos­ pital because of a foot ailment. Furuhashi, Western Mon­ tana College's first Fulbright AVERHEAD LIV E S T O C K AUCTION 7225 Hwy. 91 S., Dillon, MT Yard Phone: (406) 683-2002 Sale Results: 9/23/93 Utility and commercial cows ............................... 47-51 Cutters .................................................................... 45-49 Canners .................................................................. 38-45 Bulls.........................................................................53-60 Heiferettes . ............................................................. 66-71 Feeder Steers ........................................................ 78-86 Feeder Heifers ...................... 75-82 Steer Calves .......................................................... 88-98 Heifer Calves ......................................................... 84-96 Regular Sale & Sheep Sale Oct 14 Special Feeder Sale & Regular Sale Oct. 21 Horse Sale Oct. 30 Scholar in Residence, is from Kyota, Japan and for the next year she will be part o f the staff at Western. And despite a bandaged foot, she is already at work. Although she has had a Fulbright scholarship before, to Hawaii, this is her first time in the continental United States on a grant. H e r first time, in New Zealand, she was on a cultural program exchange, helping to teach Japanese children who grew up overseas. In Hawaii ghe was with the East-West Center. For the next 10 months, Furuhashi will be working to develop a center for interna­ tional education. In that capacity, she will act as a resource person to Beaver­ head County schools. She will help develop an elementary school block program unit on Japan, according to W a lt Oldendorf, Associate Dean of Education at Western. She will also be working on a Japanese curriculum in the WMC library. During the spring term Furuhashi will teach a graduate comparative education course, with a focus on Japan, in coop­ eration with the University of Montana. \I don't promise to do it all,\ she joked, \but just start it up.” O f the three candidates for the Fulbright post, \Seiko was the most appropriate,\ Oldendorf said, because of the combination of education and experience she brings. Her first contact with Dillon, in the emergency room, has left a lasting impression. Contrasting the experience with a Japanese hospital, Furuhashi said she was pleased with the friendliness. \It was come on in. They brought me a cup of tea, and there was no insurance problem. Dr. Hunt is really great.\ Furuhashi will set up an international education center a t Western as part o f her duties... \I'll write about this to Ja­ pan,\ she promised. She will also be doing other writing, including a regular letter to the editor of an English language journal in Japan. The whole experience, Furuhashi said, promises \to be very interesting.” Although not a part of the Fulbright program, another Western faculty member, Judy Ulrich, is currently on an ex­ change program in Japan, Oldendorf said. COUPON Fall Sale In Progress Surplus Quarters $10 for $5 (anytime) plus FREE glass of Pop or Beer Located in TownHouse Inns of D illon- 683-6831 t e i l t e Expires 10/17/93 Machine Play Only COUPON t> OJ L> 6 1^ c • O o « Z < £ < Daily drawing winners need not be present to win. Winners will automatically be entered in our Weekly Progressive drawing to be held on Sunday between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. (Must be Present to win). This Weeks Drawing Worth $100.00 Amount of drawing to be announced weekly. Stay in touch with the busi­ ness of Beaver­ head and Dillon through the Business/Ag pages of the Dillon Tribune. Award-winning coverage of the bread and but­ ter issues in Beaverhead County. Staying on top of business and agricultural news every w e e k

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